At a time when online food ordering has become the new normal for millennials and working couples, piping hot biryani has come out of the oven in a big way, emerging as the most-loved comfort food across Metros and suburbs in the country.
Like the way pizza and burger orders flourished, online food delivery platforms have now crowned biryani as the king of most-craved dishes.
“Compared to 2017, there was a whopping 681 per cent increase in biryani orders on Swiggy in 2018 — that is one biryani ordered every 3.5 seconds,” the online food delivery platform told IANS.
While pizzas, burgers and cakes were the most searched food items last year, chicken biryani remained the most ordered dish during festivals, lunches, dinners, snack time and late-night slots across the country.
Witnessing the growing demand, opening a biryani house is one of the top choices for entrepreneurs who wish to invest in food start-ups.
Often priced by the kilo, the delicacy is served by big hotel chains, quick-serve restaurants (QSRs), Cloud kitchens as well as take-away joints — categorised in over 10 regional variations and the most popular ones being Hyderabadi, Lucknowi, Calcutta, Malabari, Bombay, Awadhi and Tehari.
According to Sagar Kochhar, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), Rebel Foods which is the parent company of Behrouz — India’s largest online biryani brand — biryani consumers have become a lot more extreme in terms of preferences.
“They want to indulge in great food experiences and they do not eat just with the purpose of filling their bellies,” Kochhar told IANS.
Since hot and fresh biryanis come in larger quantities, it is often ordered in bulk at workplaces, parties and events as a total value-for-money cuisine.
“Biryani, influenced by the Persian culture, allows people to indulge in gastronomy to savour the relationship between food and culture,” Kochhar added.
With consistent yet versatile cooking techniques and personalised presentations, the convenience of online food ordering mediums have filled in the blank that once lay in between street-side biryani places and home-cooked options, with several new choices.
“Biryani has got momentum with the mushrooming of online platforms and with millennials consuming it the most.
“Biryani is also region-specific and a Bengali will prefer Kolkata biryani and a Tamilian will go for Chennai-type biryani. We are devising new marketing strategies to attract millennials via Facebook and Instagram, etc,” K. Umamaheswaran, Founder of Kolkata Biryani House which has branches in Delhi-NCR, told IANS.
Hyderabad retains its position as the biryani capital of India. Food lovers in India even declared October 28 as the “National Biryani Day” last year by placing highest number of orders (on Swiggy) for the dish that day.
According to Sandeep Anand, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of Zomato, biryani orders have increased more than 10 times on the platform.
“Chicken biryani has been the most-ordered dish on our platform for two straight years. The numbers are destined to only grow further with more and more biryani outlets opening-up with interesting innovations to the dish,” Anand noted.
However, unlike famous pizza, burger and cake brands with pan-India presence, there are not many biryani brands yet which could be recognised as national biryani serving brands.
Nonetheless, several popular online brands like Behrouz, Biryani By Kilo, Biryani Blues and others are busy serving the palate and taking the legendary mouth-watering dish — once limited to a few known restaurants — right at your doorstep.
10 Of The Strongest Alcoholic Drinks From Around The World
Note: Always check the alcohol content and drink responsibly.
When it comes to alcoholic drinks, there are some spirits that one can easily handle and then there are spirits that are capable of killing you. Yes, I am talking about the extremely alcoholic drinks that are straight out of hell. On that note, here are 10 of the world’s strongest drinks, for all those who enjoy a real challenge. Scroll down to make your choice.
1. Bacardi 151 (75.5% Alcohol)
This highly alcoholic rum made by Bacardi Limited of Hamilton, Bermuda comes with a stainless steel fire arrestor which is built into the bottle neck and it is highly inflammable. It is popularly used in small quantities to make rum-based cocktails like Cuba Libre and Daiquiris. Just don’t try to have this drink neat, okay?
3. Sunset Rum (84.5% Alcohol)
This is one of the world’s most powerful rum that was also awarded the title of ‘TheWorld’s Best Overproof Rum’ in 2016 by World Rum Awards. Even the label on the bottle recommends that you drink it with a mixer because it cause a burning sensation in your throat if you overindulge. Having it neat can also cause serious burns so, drink it wisely.
3. Balkan 176 Vodka (88% Alcohol)
This triple distilled vodka is one of the strongest Scandinavian drinks you’ll ever come across. It is colourless, odourless and tasteless. It is so strong that there are 13 different label warnings on the bottle. Many cases of people dying due to alcohol poisoning after consuming this drink in short periods have also been reported so, beware.
4. Pincer Shanghai Strength (88.88% Alcohol)
This vodka from Scotland, is considered healthy as it contains milk thrislte and elderflower that is known to be good for the liver but, it can get you high in no time. This drink is meant to be used as a concentrate. Over-consumption is not advised at any cost since, it can lead to serious health problems.
5. Hapsburg Gold Label Premium Reserve Absinthe (89.9% Alcohol)
bottle of Hapsburg Gold comes with a label that reads ‘There are no
rules’, but we still recommend you to follow just one rule- have this
drink with a mixer. Absinthe is known to induce hallucinations so make
sure you don’t overindulge. This vodka is generally consumed by artists
who rely on creativity and original ‘out of the box’ ideas.
6. Good ol’ Sailor Vodka (85% Alcohol)
This vodka is mostly consumed in Sweden and it is hardly known to the rest of the world. It is made using organic grains and fresh water from Lake Vättern. Modern distillery technology is combined with traditional skills to make this vodka. It has a clean, fresh body and a spicy aftertaste. It can be used in small quantities to make cocktails.
7. Devil Springs Vodka (80% Alcohol)
The Devil Springs Vodka is undoubtedly one of the most strongest vodkas on the planet. It is mostly used in small quantities in cocktails with juices or ginger ale. It is also popularly used for making flaming shots. Avoid having it straight from the bottle if you want to be in your senses.
8. River Antoine Royale Grenadian Rum (90% Alcohol)
drink from Grenada, is made using the old technique of pot distilling
which is a very slow distilling process. It is made from fermented
sugarcane juice which makes it exceptionally tasty. Locals have this
drink straight from the water chaser so, ideally you should do the same.
9. Bruichladdich X4 Quadrupled Whiskey (92% Alcohol)
Hands down, this is the most alcoholic single malt whiskey that is made using a 17th century quadruple distillation method. It is known to be extremely potent and pure. According to legend, Martin Martin, a Hebridean traveler was told by the locals- ‘one sip and you live forever; two sips and you go blind; three sips and you expire on the spot.’ So, try this whiskey at your own risk.
10. Spirytus Stawski (96% Alcohol)
This is the world’s most strongest and potent liquor, that has a gentle smell and a mild taste. It is made using premium ethyl alcohol with a grain base. Many who have had this drink straight from the bottle, have compared it to being punched in the stomach so hard that it gets difficult to breathe. Abusing this drink can literally kill you so, mind it.
Which drink would you want to try?
10 Cake Shops In Mumbai Worth Dying For
You know your life lacks flavor if you aren’t daydreaming about cakes. In fact, cake is one of the biggest reasons why people look forward to birthday celebrations and weddings…If you like your cake classy and delish and if you happen to be in Mumbai, we have this awesome list of best cake shops in Mumbai for you. Read on to find where to get the coolest cakes with 10/10 taste ranking in Mumbai:
Theobroma is kind of a legendary shop, well known for its brilliant cakes and desserts. If you haven’t bought a cake from Theobroma in Mumbai, then you better mark this thing off your bucket list because it’s totally worth it. You will adore the stunning range of cakes, croissants, pastries and what not! So, go and spoil yourself at this awesome cake shop in Mumbai and we promise you that you won’t be disappointed.
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Highlights: Home delivery, indoor seating, cozy ambiance
Must Haves: Mutton Puffs, Chocolate Tiramisu
Cost for two: INR 500
Address: 24, Cusrow Baug, Electric House, Colaba, Mumbai
Contact: +91 70 4559 0013
When you can best cakes in Mumbai, you simply can’t ignore Vanilla Beans! Just one of the best bakeries in Mumbai selling delish cakes, Vanilla Beans is one sinful bakery that will get you hooked like never before!
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Highlights: Exquisite variety of desserts
Must Haves: You will love the brownies
Cost for two: INR 500
Address: 16, Araadhna Apartments, Off Gurunanak Road, Bandra Talao, Bandra West, Mumbai
Contact: +91 22 3395 6119
The Boston Cupcakery
You simply don’t say cakes out loud in Mumbai and not visit this stunning place called the Boston Cupcakery. Counted among the best bakeries in Mumbai, it has a broad menu of cakes that will definitely appeal to your taste buds and if you are all about the sugary sweets, this will be a heaven for you.
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Highlights: Cute Ambiance, Lovely Decor
Must Haves: Blueberry cupcakes, chocolate waffles
Cost for two: INR 600
Address: Goregaon West, Goregaon West, Mumbai
Contact: +91 22 2876 7911
When we say Melting Morsels, think cute because it’s all about cute things at this super charming pastry shop! This good ole fashioned shop is all about colors and interesting things. Everything at Melting Morsels begins with creativity so if you have a never-ending appetite that says rejoice in desserts, Melting Morsels is the place!
Photo Courtesy: Melting Morsels
Highlights: Indoor Seating
Must Haves: Tres Leches, Naked Berry Cakes
Cost for two: INR 300
Address: Shop 3, Dheeraj Swapna CHS, Pali Hill, Bandra West, Linking Road, Bandra West, Mumbai
Contact: +91 22 3015 0850
Delight yourself with some delightful cakes at Indulgence! Your love for all things sweet just got a new name and it’s all about indulging your fancy with the sinful choices at Indulgence. Feel no shame in saying that yes, you like it hot and sassy and happy and cutie at this awesome bakery in Mumbai.
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Highlights: Cozy place, broad menu
Cuisine: Desserts, Cakes
Must Haves: Lemon Cheesecake, Brownies
Cost for two: INR 450
Address: Shop 7, Munish Apartments, Mulund West, Mumbai
Contact: +91 84 2299 3535
The name does full justice to the place as it’s all about your satiating your darkest fantasies involving food and chocolate! You’ll love the variety of cakes here and more than that you will keep coming back for the cute customized cakes for sure. Since it’s primarily a cake shop, we won’t go into the ambiance details but yes, the cakes here are sure worth your money.
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Highlights: Breakfast, Desserts & Bakes
Cuisine: Desserts, Cakes
Must Haves: Blueberry Cheesecake, Mango Delight
Cost for two: INR 400
Address: 24/30 Federation House, Opposite Metro Cinema, Marine Lines, Mumbai
Contact: +91 22 2205 0069
Love & Cheesecake
If a cake shop has cheesecake in its name, it’s testimony that it’s 100% worth your time! We are a huge fan of Powai based Love & Cheesecake not only because they have the cutest name but also because they have a menu worth dying for. Since it has the best cheesecakes and red-velvet cakes, we are sure that you will surely acquaint yourself with the place once you visit and not get enough of it.
Photo Courtesy: Love & Cheesecake
Highlights: Indoor Seating Available, Home delivery
Cuisine: Dessert & Cakes
Must Haves: Red Velvet Cake, Blueberry cheesecake
Cost for two: INR 1000
Address: Eden 2, Central Ave, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, Mumbai
Contact: +91 98 1993 5135
Not Just Desserts by Sabina
Sabina’s desserts and cakes follow a certain special style that has been passed on to her in the family. Bringing her wealth of culinary knowledge alive with masterful baking, Not Just Desserts by Sabina is hands down one of the best cakes shops in Mumbai. There are plenty of variations and you will find awesome options for children too so you can get your cake customized as well.
Photo Courtesy: Not Just Desserts By Sabina
Highlights: Indoor Seating
Cuisine: Desserts, Cakes
Must Haves: Blueberry Cheesecake, Dutch Truffle Cake
Cost for two: INR 500
Address: 20/5, Podar House, Kidwai Road, Wadala, Mumbai
Contact: +91 22 3015 1117
Aaron’s Bake and Brew House
When we say Aaron’s Bake & Brew House, think great variety and exquisite desserts. Yes, again, it is a cake shop and since it made it to our list, let us tell you that it’s indeed one of the best. You will surely love the variety of cakes with the divine, rich taste that the awesome bakers at Aaron’s never compromise with.
Photo Courtesy: Aaron’s Bake & Brew House
Highlights: Great variety of desserts, Rich cakes
Cost for two: INR 250
Address: 5, Lourdes Heritage, Marve Road, Orlem, Malad West, Mumbai
Contact: +91 99 2057 9059
Ovenfresh is hands down a winner when it comes to delectable taste and style. One bakery that caters to mass taste without limiting their options, Ovenfresh is simply too good and yes, it’s also true. We promise you that you will indeed love the range of cakes at Ovenfresh and will pine for more once you get the taste.
Photo Courtesy: Ovenfresh
Highlights: Aesthetically stunning cakes, brownies worth dying for
Cuisine: Dessert and cakes
Must Haves: Mixed Mushroom on Mascarpone, Original Swiss Fondue
Cost for two: INR 1200
Address: Kiran Building, Ranade Road, Dadar Shivaji Park, Dadar West, Mumbai
Contact: +91 22 6760 0000
A List Of Best Whisky Brands In India That You Can’t Miss
If there is one drink we call that can coalesce the nation, it’s the perfect old-fashioned whiskey. Whiskey not only pours fun to live but also pour life into the life. It is the signifier of all the celebrations, be it a friends party, birthday, anniversary or wedding, it is an ultimate drink of entente and the best drink to unwind after a protracted exhausting day of work. Bringing to you the 26 Best Whisky Brands in India that will surely put you in a dilemma: What the hell should I drink? From country-made desi whiskey to the most exquisite single malts to the Blended one the number of varieties has exploded over the past decade or so and we are sure none of them should fail to please your alcohol bourne. So whether you’re looking for an easy weekend sipper on chilling stones or on the rocks, massive peat smoke for a spine-chilling winter night, or a budget bourbon for a pitcher of Old Fashioneds, we’ve got the perfect bottle for you. Scroll down to know more about the Best Whisky Brands in India.
1. Monkey Shoulder Triple Malt
For the lads and ladies who need all of it, Monkey Shoulder is crafted from not only one, but three distinct single malts – Balvenie, Glenfiddich and Kininvie, and packs in a super smooth ride! Be prepared for mellow vanilla notes with spicy pointers, and enjoy this one either on the rocks or in an exciting cocktail. One of the finest and Best Whisky Brands in India.
Price of Monkey Shoulder Triple Malt whiskey in India: Rs. 4000 for 700 ml.
2. Talisker 18
An intense drink, this tipple starts offevolved gently with a rich and fruity aroma and mild toffee notes, but as you sit back and relish your drink, you get a more extreme experience, this is smoky and even packs in a bit of a spicy kick!
Price of Talisker 18 whiskey in India: Rs. 5548 for 750 ml. (10 Years Old)
3. The Glenlivet 12
This one is pretty refreshing malt! An entry-stage Glenlivet, the 12-year-old packs in a citrusy punch, with the smooth aroma of grapefruit lemon and juicy citrus notes lingering on long after you’ve completed your drink.
Price of The Glenlivet 12 whiskey in India: Rs. 5610 for 750 ml. (12 Years Old)
4. Glenfiddich 12
The World’s most awarded single malt Scotch Whiskey and one of the last family distilleries, Glenfiddich 12 is one of the biggest players in this segment globally and proudly fits under the segment of one of the Best Whisky Brands in India. mild and clean on the palate, this one is thought for a fruity aroma and a sweet, creamy mouthfeel.
Price of Glenfiddich 12 whiskey in India: Rs. 5750 for 750 ml. (12 Years Old)
5. Director’s Special Whisky
Director’s Special is the scotch whiskey of choice in India because it’s taste is mature and rich. It is made by mixing hand picked barley and malt. The whiskey has a smooth taste which is complemented by its rich aroma. The distinct flavor leaves an indelible impression upon all those who happen to cross its path, with every sip being a veteran’s delight. With an alcohol percentage of 42.8%, it is available in world class bottles of 375, 750 and 1000 ml.
Price of Director’s special whiskey in India: Rs. 310 for 750 ml.
6. Glenmorangie Nectar d’Or
Master of Malt! Getting more matured in hand-selected wine barriques from the well-known sweet wine growing vicinity of France, Glenmorangie Nectar d’Or offers splendid tipple rich, spicy sweet and spicy with notes of ginger, nutmeg lemon meringue, honeycomb and dessert-like flavors.
Price of Glenmorangie Nectar d’Or whiskey in India: Rs. 4120 for 750 ml. (12 Years Old)
7. Paul John Brilliance
Another desi single malt, this one is distilled in sunny Goa, and again packs in an interesting bouquet of pleasant flavors: begins on a touch of fruitiness with a creamy texture and moving on to pointers of honey, apple, vanilla, and cinnamon. scrumptious!
Price of Paul John Brilliance whiskey in India: Rs. 699 for 750 ml.
The first single malt Whisky that is certainly Indian, Amrut is made out of hand-picked Indian barley from the foothills of the Himalayas and has a notable richness of flavor. splendidly layered, be prepared to taste a touch of spicy, floral, sweet and toffee notes.
Price of Amrut whiskey in India: Rs. 3608 for 750 ml.
9. Imperial Blue
It is a perfect blend of Indian grain spirits and imported scotch malts for exquisite smoothness. One of the Best Whisky Brands in India Imperial Blue delivers value at an affordable price point. Through its consistent quality delivery, it has created a large following for itself across the country. For Groupe Pernod Ricordo, which owns the leading liquor brands, Seagram’s Imperial Blue, is the leading whiskey brand and fastest selling whiskey in India.
Price of Imperial Blue In India: Rs. 404 for 750 ml.
With a firm presence in the Middle East, Haywards Fine is quickly becoming a pertinent label in United Spirits’ whiskey portfolio. Haywards fine whiskey is owned by Diageo –USL, which is mainly originated from India. Haywards whiskey is carefully blended with extra neutral alcohol and flavorings. Haywards Fine Whisky is a great value for money brand with an extreme following in some of the African markets. The cautious blend of alcohol gives you additional smoothness in the taste. It has good selling in the market due to its softness in the drink. It is best to be served neat with chilled club soda, a splash of water or with the cola along with ice.
Price of Haywards in India: Rs.325 for 1000 ml.
11. Royal Stag
Royal Stag, also known as Seagram’s Royal Stag, is an Indian brand of whiskey launched in 1995. It is available in many countries around the world in various pack sizes. It is Pernod Ricard’s best selling brand by volume. It is a blend of grain spirits and imported Scotch malts. It is commonly available in 1 L, 750 ml, 375 ml and 180 ml bottles and also available in 90 ml and 60 ml bottles. The brand is named after a species of deer famous for its antlers, that is also featured in its logo. It is produced in several company-owned as well as bottler-owned distilleries. It was the first whiskey brand launched in India that did not use any artificial flavors.
Price of Royal Stag in India: Rs. 886 for 750 ml
Bagpiper Whisky, which retails over 9 million cases a year, is an iconic brand by United Spirits Ltd. It is defined by a light malty aroma and smooth woody character and has been a popular choice among the masses since 1976. The Bagpiper Sardar has a universal recall and is the strong mascot for the brand. The Bagpiper can now be associated with the victory of good over evil through many Bollywood references. Their tagline “Khoob Jamega Rang” has become a known statement in pop culture verses.
Price of Bagpiper in India: Rs. 310 for 750 ml.
13. Mc Dowell’s No. 1
McDowell’s No.1 Whisky is an exquisitely smooth blend of imported Scotch, select Indian malts and premium grain spirits. The brand purpose for McDowell’s No. 1 today is to enable friends to celebrate the bonds of true brotherhood. To build closer connects and build stronger aspiration among our consumers, McDowell’s No.1 has refreshed its brand identity and packaging to move forward from its existing imagery and embed the brand with strong markers of close friendship and brotherhood.
Price of Mcdowell’s No. 1 in India: Rs. 404 for 750 ml.
14. Officer’s Choice
Launched in 1988 and positioned in the regular whiskey segment, Officer’s Choice Whisky is one of the largest whisky brands in the world and also one of the largest exported spirits brands with a presence in over 18 countries. A smooth whiskey with a finely balanced malt blend. A market leader in 18 states across India with a national market share of 40%, the brand sells itself as the righteous whiskey. Their motto is to encourage customers to make the right choices in life and recognize the officer inside them.
Price of Officer’s Choice in India: Rs. 290 for 750 ml. of Officer’s Choice Blue Whiskey
15. Original Choice
Original Choice is one of the top-selling brands in India’s popular whiskey segment and is one of the top 10 selling whiskeys worldwide, with sales exceeding 11 million cases a year. The Original Choice Whisky blend has been carefully crafted and perfected to offer the same rich experience as that of a malt whiskey, but at an affordable price. Its light malty aroma with a hint of a smooth woody character, from the use of malt spirits specifically matured in pre-identified American oak casks, has ascertained that the Original Choice Whisky experience is espoused by millions of loyalists over the years. Enjoy its distinct flavor and let the spirit of smoothness unfold gently. For sure it is one of the Best Whisky Brands in India.
Price of Original Choice Whiskey in India: Rs. 230 for 750 ml.
16. Old Tavern
The brown, gold liquid lives in a classy bottle, carefully blended with flavors to give it a distinctive taste and a smooth finish. Old Tavern is carefully blended with flavors and neutral alcohol that gives it a great taste and a smooth finish. Old Tavern is a blended whiskey produced by United Spirits Limited, which is owned by the giant United Breweries Group. Old Tavern whiskey comes with a distinguished taste loved in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, Old Tavern Whisky is one of India’s most renowned whiskeys.
Price of Old Tavern in India: Rs. 284 for 750 ml.
17. Blender’s Pride
Blenders Pride is the leading core brand of premium blended whiskey within the Pernod Ricard portfolio in India. Without artificial flavoring, this whiskey is made by blending Indian grain spirit with imported Scottish malt. It doesn’t give you a hangover or a headache like other cheap whiskeys and it goes well with Coke. Blenders Pride was launched in 1995 in the Premium admix category. A blend of imported scotch malts from Chivas Brothers and select premium Indian grain spirits. Blenders Pride is the result of 140 years of Seagram’s great tradition of blending fine whiskeys. No artificial flavors, consistent quality, exceptional taste, and aspiration led communication has powered the brand to category leadership with current annual volume exceeding 5 Million cases.
Price of Blender’s Pride in India: Rs. 929 for 750 ml.
18. Aristocrat Black
The distinctly new child on the town from the iconic Aristocrat family, Aristocrat Black has a floral and honeyed aroma, and an exceedingly smooth taste profile, with only a tease of green apple and spice.
Price of Aristocrat Black in India: Rs. 290 for 750 ml.
19. Jack Daniel’s
The iconic Jack Daniel’s just fits here because it’s a completely distinct “Tennessee” whiskey, and more similar to bourbon, it more often than not distilled from corn. With a sweet aroma and notes of caramel and toasty oak, this one makes quite the best combo with a soda, ice or cola of your preference.
Price of Jack Daniel’s in India: Rs. 4590 for 750 ml.
20. 8 PM
Marketed as an unprecedented blend of malts, 8 PM created history when it sold more than a million cases within the year of its release. Defined as brilliantly smooth and sturdy, this drink is now can also be enjoyed in a 180 ml tetra pack!
Price of 8 PM in India: Rs. 300 for 750 m
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